Washington History (1989-present, and successor to the Records of the Columbia Historical Society, 1897-1989) is the only scholarly journal devoted exclusively to the history of our nation’s capital. Written and edited by distinguished historians and journalists, Washington History is filled with scholarly articles, reviews, and a rich array of images.
Fall 2016 Issue
Becoming “Wachintonians” Salvadorans in the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area, by Ana Patricia Rodríguez
Picturing Metro A Look Back at the Photographs of Phil Portlock, by John DeFerrari
Asian and Asian American Students in the Washington, D.C., Public Schools during the Segregation Era, by Antoinette J. Lee
William Metzerott and the D.C. Music Trade, by Rachel Christian
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Sally Lichtenstein Berk, Kenneth R. Bowling, Mary Beth Corrigan, J. Kirkpatrick Flack, C. Joseph Genetin-Pilawa, Matthew B. Gilmore, Michael Harrison, Don Hawkins, Mary D. Hewes, Christopher Klemek, Richard Longstreth, Edna Greene Medford, Alfred A. Moss, Jr., George Derek Musgrove, Joseph P. Reidy, Kim Prothro Williams
Chris Myers Asch, Editor
Jane Freundel Levey, Managing Editor
John DeFerrari, Review Editor